The unorthodox and risky investment opportunity kicked off Thursday with an IPO filing proposing to sell stock for a stake in the future income of the Houston Texans’ Arian Foster.
The NFL’s marketing machine put up gigantic banners of Flacco alongside Peyton Manning on the Broncos’ stadium to promote the league’s first game of the 2013 season. Fans are furious, Manning is miffed and Flacco is flummoxed.
The Jets’ QB conundrum is among the hot stories generated once the 2013 NFL Draft came to a close.
Ray Lewis is hoping to finish his career on a high note by winning Super Bowl XLVII.
When asked directly if the unorthodox quarterback could succeed in the pros, John Elway said “in the right situation I think it’s a possibility.”
Griffin III did what he was trained to do, as did the men who let him do it. Why can’t misfortune be enough? Why can’t we just leave it to the football gods? Because we’re too busy being gods ourselves.
Brilliant coaching and innovation have been big keys in the NFL this season. Here’s a look at what five innovative teams have done to become so successful in 2012.
“When Tim was here we saw the issues up close,” an unnamed Broncos player told CBSSports.com. “The Jets didn’t, and now they are seeing the problems, too. I feel really, really bad for Tim. He’s a good person, just not an NFL quarterback.”
The best QB’s of the 2004 draft — Eli Manning and Ben Roethlisberger meet on Sunday at MetLife Stadium.
Peyton Manning led the Broncos to a historic, improbable comeback over the Chargers after being down 24-0 at halftime.
After missing the entire 2011 season, Peyton Manning did not miss a beat in his Broncos’ debut.
The reaction on Monday to Boomer Esiason was swift and mostly one-sided. And yeah, he heard it all.
With the city about to become sports crazy with the combination of early-season baseball games mixed with playoff hockey and basketball, Neil Keefe starts his weekly random thoughts column.
I respect anyone of faith who takes their deity seriously and treats people with the very respect that their faith demands. But this Tim Tebow throng is beginning to feel creepy and cult-like.
Welcome to The Big Apple, Tim Tebow. If you can make it there … well, let’s just say the attention you received in Denver will seem like a quick once-over compared to the microscope you’ll be under in Manhattan.